Debuts & Discoveries – Beverage Tasting – Saturday, March 16th from 5-8pm
D&D is a great gathering of new talent from the Seattle beverage world with offerings from wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries. Food trucks on site as well.
See link for all details & to get tickets.
Enjoy some tasty food and beverages and support Outdoors for All.
Helping children with disabilities get out!
I’ll see you there. https://lnkd.in/dx7hU58
What would you do in your city, as part of your perfect day?
So my perfect day, or morning as I did it today, included coffee in my favorite neighborhood spot, Zoka, while reading an actual newspaper.
A haircut at a new neighborhood barber, Steele Barber and then a trip downtown for a shoe shine; it’s getting harder to find a shoe shine in Seattle. Nordstrom is one of the few places left with a stand?
And then an early lunch at one of my favorite spots in the South End of Lake Union, Re:public.
South Lake Union , SLU, has gone through a complete transformation and is now the hub not only for tech and biotech but also many of Seattle’s best restaurants and cocktail bars.
So many Seattle neighborhoods have great restaurants and not to diminish any of these but SLU is attracting some of the cities most talented chefs. From established spots like Wild Ginger, Serious Pie, Flying Fish and Cactus to new places on the rise like Revel, LOCAL and Henry’s Tavern.
The walkable vibe of this neighborhood with its connection to downtown Seattle on the South Lake Union Trolley (come up with your own acronym) is opening up the area to so many people. And the trolley will eventually link to the Capitol Hill trolley for more regional public transportation.
Click on the map for homes for sale in South Lake Union + Eastlake. Townhouses and condos dominate this area but there are some great old Seattle homes with amazing views of Lake Union scattered around the lake as well.
Hope you can make it out here soon for your Perfect Seattle Day!
My latest neighborhood series – Phinney Ridge in North Seattle just west of Greenlake.
Get the scoop on this super popular Seattle neighborhood in my video and in person.
I’ll be hosting an Open just off Phinney Ridge (Greenwood Ave) this Saturday from 11-2pm.
On tour in Phinney Ridge by Greenlake in Seattle.
Open House, Saturday, 10-20-18, 11-2p.
326 N 78th St.
Thank you Amy Hyden, Windermere Mt. Baker, (listing agent) for the great Phinney Ridge video below!
This quiet destination neighborhood is just northeast of the UW campus with easy access to so many great things – Link station @ UW, Children’s Hospital, University Village shops & restaurants, I-5 + Downtown Seattle.
Boasting some of the best schools in the city, Bryant is a top destination for anyone looking for a peaceful, vibrant and connected neighborhood.
I have to claim bias because I live in NE Seattle too, View Ridge, having moved here just before I married my wife in 2006.
We love the convenience to downtown Seattle but feel we have everything we need right here in the NE.
Our girls love hitting a UW Tennis match or a UW Women’s Softball game; all only minutes from our home.
To hear more about this incredible neighborhood and to see how our real estate market is doing, come see me this Sunday 3-5pm at this great Bryant craftsman.
Cheers, RBJ. – Work with a Friend.
My ongoing Neighborhood Series – Mt Baker.
In SE Seattle. Great neighborhood feel, awesome restaurants and the Mt Baker station, Link Light Rail, just minutes to downtown Seattle!
A five-story building with 103 units would replace one of the Ross Labs buildings on Fairview, and the other would be renovated for commercial space.
A new look for this close in neighborhood in the shadow of the I-5 bridge and some amazing views of Lake Union and downtown Seattle.
I think most residents worry when they see a large scale project pop up in their neighborhood.
This developer and architect are looking toward neighborhood improvements as well.
Public47 writes, “The new hill-climb stair will become an active addition to the city and allow access from the Eastlake commercial core to Good Turn Park on Lake Union. In addition, the alley path will increase connectivity and safety for what is currently an unimproved dead-end.”
This is another post in my Neighborhood Series.
Single Family Zoning eliminated in Vancouver, BC.
The Vancouver city council just did what Seattle proposed a few years ago; eliminating single family zoning.
I know we have a housing shortage, especially for affordable housing but this still seems like an extreme step that can change the look, feel and livability of our neighborhoods.
So many Seattleites love this city because of our strong neighborhood feel throughout the city.
Higher density housing possibilities in all neighborhoods will permanently change our city.
I hope our city council considers this idea greatly before following in Vancouver’s footsteps.
I’m starting a new feature on my blog called the, “Neighborhood Series”.
It will inform, educate and hopefully help my Seattle neighbors understand and learn about this great city and its beloved neighborhoods.
My first post is about our beloved Viaduct coming down.
It’s finally here. The new SR99 Tunnel is ready to Open this fall and then they will bring down our Seattle waterfront icon, the Viaduct.
Sure, it might have come down on its own during the next earthquake but I’m one of the Seattleites that’ll miss this concrete monstrosity.
I’ve driven on it, run the St. Patty’s Day Dash on it, been drowned out by the traffic noise on it and seen it define our skyline for so long.
Sorry to see it go but can’t wait to see the transformation.